Manage Redpanda Self-Hosted in Kubernetes
You can customize the Redpanda Helm chart to configure the cluster and the Kubernetes components that the chart deploys.
Store Redpanda data in PersistentVolumes, hostPath volumes, or emptyDir volumes.
Tiered Storage lets you save storage costs by offloading log segments to cloud storage.
Learn how internal and external connectivity works when Redpanda is running in Kubernetes.
Configure encryption, authentication, and authorization for production environments.
Distribute replicas of the same partition across different racks to minimize data loss in the event of a rack failure.
A Remote Read Replica topic is a read-only topic that mirrors a topic on a different cluster.
Configure your Pod resources such as memory, CPU, and storage.
Find advice on how to diagnose and troubleshoot problems with Redpanda in Kubernetes.